Thread: Kevon's Draft Prospects
03-01-2012, 05:52 AM #11
That surely means Poe and Brockers will surely be gone. With most value boards holding Ta'amu as the 9th DT (3rd best 0/1 tech), we might need to move up to get him. Might have to settle for a cat like Jean-Baptiste in the later rounds or go with a traditional 3 tech again like we have in the past (Guion, Ballard, Griffin).Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.
03-01-2012, 09:55 AM #12
Good FA aquisitions, the only FA that I would object to is Leron Landry, while he is a heavy hitter many rules have really nullified that part of his game. He is another one who is a liability in coverage. With GB in our division we would get carved up with Burfict and Landry in the game.
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03-02-2012, 04:59 AM #13
03-02-2012, 06:02 AM #14
Big Board: Examination process gets more intense at the combine
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03-06-2012, 04:39 PM #15
Clearly a case where the combine will influence people's evaluation of Poe. But is it ill-placed?
Stephen Hill is another example. I am actually more intrigued by him. His lack of production is easier to explain, however his future production is probably just as hard to judge.
I like Richardson at #5 and I think Tampa should take him. Elite RB's are a huge luxury to a team and can overcome a lot of deficiencies elsewhere. Besides rookie RB's are cheap for the production you get out of them from day one.
Blackmon at #11 and Floyd at #13. Looks more reasonable to me. I can see a number of teams targeting Floyd over Blackmon.
03-07-2012, 07:21 AM #16
1. Yutz fans like me who live for this stuff and don't have a clue
2. Actual NFL team big boards who do have a clue
He is racing up the first because of combine workouts, he is racing up the second, not because of the combine, but because that his skillset matches team needs and most importantly, his skillsets are rare and team needs are great.
Again, that combination will cause players like him (much the same as we saw with QB last year) to be over valued a bit but I don't think he is being over graded that much, at least based on what I can read and see about him.Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.
03-07-2012, 07:43 AM #17
Draft Tek 7 round mock starts us out with
1 - Kalil - I like it.
2 - Stephen Hill WR - I like it.
3 - Sean Spence OLB - 5'11-224lbs. Not sure I like this pick.
4 - Marcus Forston DT - Would have went DT with 3 and maybe OLB/MLB here. Big drop off to Forston.
5 - Ryan Steed CB - Some nice stuff on him in youtube. Looks like a nice C2 guy that can catch.
6 - Ronnie Hillman RB - Change of pace/3rd down back type.
7 - Winston Guy SS - Interesting pick. Played Hybrid SS/OLB. Tackling machine.
7 - G.J. Kline QB - Most boards has this guy going UD.
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03-11-2012, 04:08 PM #18
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Some if my prospects
Id go Kalil in the first round and only him right now..
Stephon Gilmore, CB
Stephen Hill, WR
Cam Johnson, DE
Brandon Boykin, CB
Juron Criner, WR
Dwight Jones, WR
Lucas Nix, OG
AJ Jenkins, WR
TY Hilton, WR
Tom Compton, OT
Daniel Stephenson, OT
Ryan Miller, OG
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